Monday, January 9, 2017

Monday Mural, January 9, 2017

Booneville, Mississippi, USA, January 3, 2017
Donating blood can make a world of difference!

In February of 2014, I was diagnosed with Leukemia. Over the next six months, along with chemo treatments, I received a dozen or more units of red blood cells. Thanks to the Good Lord above and wonderful doctors and blood donors here, my Leukemia is in remission.

A BIG Thank You to all blood donors, and especially to you who are B positive!

Have a wonderful week!

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  1. ...I wish that I could donate!

  2. What great painting on the bus - and a good service. I can't give blood because of having hepatitus when I was a kid - and I did receive life saving transfusions before an emergency surgery - so I try and volunteer in other ways to help the blood drive, just as a thank you to those who can give blood.

  3. Its a very powerful symbol. Hope that you are okay now.

  4. Wonderful post and photo and sending lots of distant reiki healing hugs to you ~

    Wishing you a Happy Week ahead ~ ^_^

  5. Now you carry other people's generous spirit within you. May your remission continue far into your future. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

  6. Oh that is good news that you are in remission...the bloodmobile makes donating even easier ... it is the most easy thing you can volunteer for anyway! I'm O negative...Universal blood type, so I like to give when I can.


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